10 Fit Females on Instagram to Follow

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Learn the top fit females you should follow on IG

It’s always in season to start a fitness regimen, but it’s not always the most enticing of tasks. However, with some fitspo in your feed, a community comprised of millions, and tried-and-true tips and tricks at your fingertips, the process could be a whole lot easier. Enter Instagram and the females using it to promote their fitness lifestyles. These 10 fit females know what they’re doing and what they’re talking about, and they can help you get to the place you want to be with your body, mind, and spirit. If nothing else at least gawk at their athleisure game!

10 Fit Females on Instagram

1. Anna Victoria Creator of the Fit Body Guide (aka FBG), personal trainer Anna Victoria is an IG celebrity with 1 million followers. Her feed is full of workout selfies, demonstrative exercise videos, before-and-after pictures of clients that went through her 12-week program, and motivational quotes. Anna credits her popularity to being “real”, having gone from a "skinny-fat" physique to one that is strong and toned.

2. Emily Skye

With 1.6 million followers on IG, Australia’s top social media fitness guru Emily Skye is a sight to behold. This girl is fit (have you seen her abs?!). Luckily, you can be just like her (or at least try) with her self-curated 3-phase F.I.T. program. Each phase focuses on a different part of the body.

3. Amanda Bisk Former elite pole-vaulter, Australia-native Amanda Bisk is an exercise physiologist, elite athletics coach, and qualified yoga instructor. Like many others on this list, she has a 12-week training program to help you get to her level of fitness. Her IG feed offers a healthy dose of fitness acrobatics, delicious plant-based foods, and motivational quotes.

4. Jeanette Jenkins

Hollywood trainer to the stars Jeanette Jenkins is testament to the idea that strength is beauty. With nearly 350,000 followers, 25 years of experience as a trainer, and a celebrity following, you’ll want to get as many tips and tricks from her as possible.

5. Jen Selter If her 9.2 million followers aren’t convincing enough, take a look at fitness model Jen Selter’s feed. Known for her enviable backside, Jen’s body is the ultimate inspiration, striking the perfect balance between fit and curvy.

6. Kayla Itsines

Kayla Itsine’s 12-week Bikini Body Guide (BBG) programs work, as showcased by her IG feed, which is full of before-and-after photos of real people who experienced real results. In the past year, Kayla’s cult-like following has blown up, reaching 5.1 million followers.

7. Tracy Anderson Gwyneth Paltrow, Madonna, Shakira, and Jennifer Lopez swear by her, so you should do. Tracy Anderson became famous for her self-titled Tracy Anderson Method, which involves a lot of dancing, burn out series, and small motion reps. Follow her to watch exercise videos, see her mingle with the crème de la crème of Hollywood, and keep up to date on all that her team is doing behind the scenes.

8. Hannah Bronfman

DJ, socialite, beauty icon, fitness freak, and social media celebrity, there’s not much Hannah Bronfman can’t do – she is the epitome of the IG generation and what every girl can see as a best friend. Her feed is a mixture of food, travel, fashion, modeling, dancing, athleisure, and fitspo.

9. Base Body Babes Australian sisters Diana and Felicia inspire a healthy lifestyle with carefully curated aesthetic. Their IG feed is themed is sharp, with an emphasis on black, white, yellow, and pink tones. The girls are always clad in the best athletic gear and have the body tone to match.

10. Cassey Ho

Creator of POP Pilates & PIIT28, Cassey Ho is ranked among the top 5 health and fitness influencers in the world. To her 1.2 million followers, Cassey shares fitness tips, delicious meals, and other snippets of her everyday life, all wrapped in her bubbly personality.

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